ABOUT US

God has a vision for St. Thomas Presbyterian Church – both as individuals and as a family of Christ. Long before we were born and before the first brick of this church was laid, God loved us, gifted us, and determined our purpose in this life.
 
St. Thomas Presbyterian Church is firmly united by the Gospel and founded on the Rock whom we know as Jesus Christ, the one and only son of God, our Father.  We claim, as children of faith, salvation and eternal life through Christ’s sacrifice on the cross -- His free gift through the forgiveness of our sins. 

CONTACT US

281-497-4846

 

14100 Memorial Drive

Houston, TX 77079

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ONE GREAT HOUR OF SHARING
RUMMAGE
SALE

April 25th @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Spring Forest Middle School

LENT
STUDY

March 4th

CHURCH
WORK DAY

March 28th @ 9:00 am

Room 7

BOOK CLUB

March 25th

Room 7

FORUM

March 29th @ 9:30 am

Fellowship Hall

 

ST. THOMAS RUMMAGE SALE

Saturday, April 25th, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Join in the fun and start collecting those “gently-used” items you would be willing to donate to our rummage sale. Drop-off of these items will be the week before the sale.  A detailed drop-off schedule will be posted by mid-April.

ONE GREAT HOUR OF SHARING

Join with Presbyterians worldwide in answering God’s call. This Lenten season, please give generously to One Great Hour of Sharing.  If we all do a little, it adds up to a lot.

LENT STUDY

Sarah Parsons begins a description of her book: A Clearing Season with these words:   “Cities across the world celebrate the day-before with colorful parades and over-the-top parties. Then Wednesday arrives ... Sigh. Lent has begun. Join us as we rethink Lent beginning March 4th at 10:00 am.

ALL CHURCH WORKDAY

A Continental breakfast and lunch will be served.  Come spend the day or give us a couple of hours-whatever you can do.  There is work everyone can do to help improve our campus.  Besides, it is fun working with our Church colleagues and the Boy Scouts with their parents. Any hand tools, drills, saws, yard tools, pressure washers, pruners, chain saws, extension pole trimmers, wheel barrows, etc. would be greatly appreciated. Call John Funk @ 281-493-4359 with questions. We hope to see you there!!

BOOK CLUB

The Book Club has chosen The Second Mountain by David Brooks as our March selection. Due to Spring Break, we will be meeting on the fourth Wednesday, March 25th at noon in room 7.

FORUM

March 29, 9:30 am (during Sunday School hour) in Fellowship Hall  Topic: Suicide Awareness and Prevention
Speaker:  Elizabeth Fletcher, PhD
Dr. Fletcher will highlight the work of Emergency Chaplain Group which helps First Responders cope with traumatic events they encounter on a daily basis.  She will provide information regarding suicide awareness and prevention.  Please join us and invite friends to this information session.